PRLog (Press Release)
- Sep. 23, 2013 - MESA, Ariz. --
Mesa, AZ, September 18, 2013 – Michelle Lee, owner of Athena Rising Now (http://www.athenarisingnow.com/)
, and Angie Geren, owner of CoreVitality, announced their plans today to host a one-of-a-kind, one-day workshop, “Mothers and Daughters – Forging Potent Bonds” at the Mesa Convention Center on Saturday, October 19, 2013. This workshop is geared towards mothers with daughters between the ages of 12-15 who feel the need to strengthen the bond with their pre-teen/teen during a time of transition. During the one-day seminar, mothers will build a deeper trust with their daughter, learn to communicate more respectfully and effectively, overcome the fear of parenting, navigate emotions and work as a mother/daughter team through exercises and mentoring sessions. The workshop begins at 9:00am and concludes at 4:00pm (lunch is included).
Space is limited for this special workshop! Register today at https://forgingpotentbonds.eventbrite.com/
or call 480-265-5600 for more information.
Michelle Lee is the founder of Athena Rising Now (http://www.athenarisingnow.com/
), a program dedicated to freeing teen girls, their mothers, and all women from the ancient cultural programming to become the leaders they were born to be. Michelle has more than 10 years of experience working with women, helping them to discover and release their subconscious agendas so that they may fully express their highest potential. Michelle is also a mother of four and has experienced the mother-daughter teen phase of life first-hand. Her personal experiences have assisted in creating the Rise and Thrive Programs - geared specifically towards mothers and daughters (ages 13-16).
Angie Geren, owner of Core Vitality, assists women thru energy bodywork, hypnotherapy, and coaching to dramatically improve quality of life. She specializes in working with teens (as well as their parents ) that self-harm, have eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. Suffering herself from years of anxiety and depression and having a teen with a dangerous addiction, Angie knows first-hand that life as you know it can change at the drop of the dime for bad and for good.